The computer information systems curriculum provides a strong foundation in the concepts and applications of information systems and technology in organizations. It gives CISQM majors the opportunity to study enterprise design, business intelligence, data analytics, database development, network and security administration, programming languages, and the integration of hardware and software systems with management practices.
Degrees & Programs
The Department of Computer Information Systems and Quantitative Methods at Texas State offers a wide variety of programs for students interested in a career in technology.
BBA in CIS
MS in Accounting & Information Technology
The master of science in accounting and information technology (MSAIT) degree develops interdisciplinary competencies needed to respond to the evolving demands being placed on accountants and information technology professionals in modern organizations.
MS in Data Analytics & Information Systems
The mission of the MSDAIS program is to produce graduates with the skills required to be proficient in data analytics and information systems. The MSDAIS program is designed to prepare students to use information systems and quantitative skills to conduct data analysis. Graduates of this program will be capable of transforming organizational data into actionable information using data analytics and information systems skills.